The Adventures of Arabella Ashby

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By David D. Levine

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Follow the nineteenth-century interplanetary adventures of a fearless steampunk space warrior in this full-trilogy collection.
A teenage girl enters the fray of the Napoleonic Wars in space in this enthralling series “for young and young-at-heart readers who will enjoy a retro-flavored science fiction read” (Fantasy Literature). This complete collection includes:
Arabella of Mars
Forced by her mother to enter London society on Earth, sixteen-year-old Arabella must disguise herself as a boy to gain passage on an airship and foil a deadly plot against her brother back on her home planet of Mars.
Arabella and the Battle of Venus
When her fiancé is taken as a prisoner of war on Venus—the very planet where the exiled Napoleon has fled—Arabella embarks on a spacefaring rescue mission filled with pirates, espionage, and cosmic combat.
Arabella the Traitor of Mars
Arabella and her husband are lauded as heroes in England, having defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Venus. But a new mission will pit Arabella’s love and loyalty for her home planet of Mars against the most powerful realm in the universe.
Praise for the Adventures of Arabella Ashby trilogy
“If Edgar Rice Burroughs, Jules Verne, and Patrick O’Brien had sat down together to compose a tale to amuse Jane Austen, the result might be Arabella of Mars. So. Much. Fun!” —Madeleine E. Robins, author of the Sarah Tolerance Regency mysteries
“A fanciful romp through a cosmic 1812 . . . A treat for steampunk fantasy fans.” —Library Journal (starred review)
The Adventures of Arabella Ashby